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November 14, 1820 President James Monroe asks Congress to address the public land debt issue in his annual message.
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November 14, 1860 In Milledgeville, Alexander Stephens gives a response to Toombs' speech the day before, calling for a meeting of southern states to discuss secession. Georgia
  Alexander Stephens
November 14, 1862 Ambrose Burnside reorganises the Army of the Potomac command structure into three Grand Divisions with the Right Grand Division under Major Edwin Vose Sumner, Central Grand Division under Joe Hooker and the Left Grand Division under William B. Franklin
  Edwin Vose Sumner
  Ambrose Burnside
  Joseph Hooker
  William B. Franklin
November 14, 1864 Sherman enters Atlanta and divides his 60,000 men into a Left Wing and Right Wing. Georgia
  March to the Sea
  William Tecumseh Sherman

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